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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by scotto-, Feb 26, 2012.
4, for four or fore
but only a fore.
I have an engine on each of three of my bikes, they're all 2 stroke motors that were made in China.
I have a motor on each of three of my bikes, they're all 2 stroke engines that were made in China.
Sounds good to me either way.....LOL
Thongs vs. flip-flops
On a pretty girl, I wanna see a thong...
On an ugly girl, I don't want to see a thong, but she can wear flip-flops!
Buying the drinks and is well endowed...
no thong but wearing flip-flops....?
LOL, That made my night. Thanks Cowboy
Sew then (so then), there are 3 to's and 4 for's? At least I'm sure. Butt I'd rather see a pretty girl in floss as opposed to a thong. But it is really much the same Flip-flop and flapjack.......howabout a pancake?
I gotta go brb
LOL Scott. That's an essay!
Just to be thorough, I thought it would be tough, though not impossible, to run through a few more variations in the English language.
We all sit here and type things out on a key board, but what type of key board do we all use to type all this typing on.
Most of our key boards are made up of approx. 107+ keys and chances are we used a vehicle of some sort to travel to store and purchase our key board and to start that vehicle it require the use of a key, a key on our key board is a plastic button, but a key for our vehicle is a piece of chromed brass with notches cut out in it, but yet they're both keys and they are used in completely different applications.
This can go on and on.......gets a bit crazy when you think about it very much....LOL!
just jabbering here for the fun of it.......!
Yeah, and I used to live in 'The Keys'.
There ya go there's another one.
Kinda funny......Florida Keys = California Cays. Anyone gotta key to success?
Opportunity came knockin' on my door but by the time I could get there he was gone.
I think the 'key' issue here is which ocean you live near. Key, Cay
Speaking of oceans and water. Why do we have two words for the same thing?
Pass and Cut. In Florida we have 'Stump Pass', and 'Government Cut'. Technically they're both waterways leading to the ocean.
When I was a kid I was taught by my grandfather that a motor is run by "letric" and a car/truck had an engine.
Keys and cays are the same thing. They are small low-lying islands formed from coral reefs.
I use motor oil in my engine.
Do two 2-strokes = one 4-stroke?
Like this one kid said to me once upon seeing my bike outside a bike shop:
"My buddy has one of those.."
"Oh yeah?" I ask. "Is it a 2-stroke or a 4-stroke?"
"I think it's a 1-stroke."